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Old 12-07-2013   #21
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Originally Posted by Vinny View Post
Good article from the stateofthetexans...http://www.stateofthetexans.com/texa...worst-enemies/
Funny thing is Vinny that many of us including yourself saw the signs if this in season two of his tenure. It wasn't hard to notice when the guy would constantly run the ball with guys like Green, Brown, and Lundi. The constant draw plays on anything over 3rd and 7, the refusal to move on from certain players, and worst of all the refusal to hire new coaches when his buddies were some of the worst in the league. Can't believe it took 8 years to and another 2-14 type of season to finally figure this out from McNair.
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